-- Sat Feb 28, 2015 7:37 pm --
I should clarify despite what Tiger said with best intentions, we all try to adhere to our doctrines. But, there is no doctrine saying we go to Heaven because of works. It's like this. Humans have the gift of free will, which can't just vanish after you die. Therefor, you can choose to either to go to Heaven or Hell. If when you die, you've been being good recently, you will be more likely to find the idea of an eternity focusing on God appealing. Whereas, if you sinned recently (sin by definition means you chose something worldly over God) you are less likely to choose Heaven. Does that make sense?
So. Paul McCusker. My reaction:
I feel like that was the point in which I realised how Paul had helped to impact my thinking. Then I went home and listened to the entire behind the scenes segment of Novacom...things might not be the same though there's still aspects and characters I find to be entertaining. Time to move on.
It’s not enough to be against something. You have to be for something better. – Tony Stark